Intel Core M Broadwell processors are fast becoming a vendor favorite. Dell Venue 11 Pro, for instance, just got a makeover that uses these CPUs, and this makes for an important upgrade.
An important upgrade that is targeted at professionals and power users.
Dell refreshed its Venue 8 Pro tablet lineup recently, and now the company has given the more advanced Venue 11 Pro series a makeover. We heard about this towards the end of last month, and now the new tablet has gone official.
The Venue 11 Pro 7000 Series arrives with a 10.8-inch OLED display that runs at a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution — very much similar to the previous model.
However, the processor that beats inside it gets changed to an Intel Core M solution that runs at a very solid 2GHz. Inside you’ll find 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage that is further expandable via the included microSD card slot.
Other connectivity options include microHDMI ports, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.
Quite power packed.
And that’s without even talking about the stylus and keyboard that is included in the box. The device will retail for $799, and will be available November 11, running the 64-bit version of Windows 8.1 Pro. If the benchmarks hold up, this is surely going to be a hit with professionals and power users.
What do you think? Interested?